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Health / Safety

Adults age 40 plus needed for research study

August 17, 2012

The Human Development and Family Studies department is seeking adults aged 40 or older to participate in a study.

Research volunteers needed

The Adult Development and Aging Project (ADAPT) at CSU is a research lab devoted to the study of healthy and successful aging. Located in the Human Development and Family Studies department, researchers focus on ways to promote healthy lifespan development in younger, middle and later adulthood.

The study, titled Awareness of Age-Related Change," is currently seeking adults aged 40 or older who live in the community to participate. Participants would complete a set of questionaires, and spend about 2- 2 1/2 hours on the study.

To sign up, call the research lab at (970) 491-5001.


Contact: Allyson Brothers
E-mail: allyson.brothers@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-1959